ex aequo is a biannual international interdisciplinay journal, edited by the Portuguese Association of Women’s Studies (Associação Portuguesa de Estudos sobre as Mulheres - APEM), since 1999. It aims to contribute to the development, visibility and legitimation of the knowledge produced by Women’s, Feminist and Gender Studies.
Articles submitted for publication undergo a blind independent review by at least two recognised specialists drawn from a range of countries. ex aequo, without prejudice to the plurality and multiplicity of perspectives present in the published articles and reviews, reserves the right to only accept contributions which respect fundamental human rights, reflecting the respect for diversity, integrity and dignity of human condition.
Given its assumed purpose of "contributing to changing discriminatory and stereotyped practices and representations on the basis of sex or identities" (Editorial of issue n.º 16 reiterating editorial principles expressed in issue n.º 1), ex aequo publishes articles that include a theoretical reflection and contribute "the problematization of the main issues that affect social relations between women and men in society" (ibidem). Articles must be original, written in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English and adopt a non-discriminatory, inclusive language and promoter of equality. Publication in ex aequo is free of charge for authors (there is no article processing charge or publication fee).
ex aequo is indexed in: Scopus, Web of Science-Clarivate Analytics (SciELO Citation Index), SciELO, CAPES, DOAJ, ERIH Plus, Latindex and Virtual Library of Women's History.
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